Klipsch is an American loudspeaker company based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Founded in Hope, Arkansas, in 1946 as 'Klipsch and Associates' by Paul W. Klipsch, the company produces loudspeaker drivers and enclosures, as well as complete loudspeakers for high end, high fidelity sound systems, public address applications, and personal computers.
We promise, it’s not magic, nor is it rocket science.
In recent years, I’ve made the switch to wireless earbuds because, to put it bluntly, I’m not a huge fan of accidentally slapping myself with the cord while out for a run. Plus, most wired earphones require an adapter for the more recent smartphones on the market.
So, how exactly does the sound come through the wireless earphones? We’ll walk you through it.
Okay, get your mind outta the gutter for a moment. We’re talking about subwoofers right now.
“Though subwoofers can appear to just be big boxes with big drivers, there are many nuances that go into designing a proper subwoofer,” says Klipsch Connected Audio Product Manager Zach Beyer.
When shopping for the right subwoofer for your setup, the size and numbers do matter. We’ll walk you through how a subwoofer size comparison works.